Home Job Institute
|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Home Job Institute Scam Review
by David Harris
“Home Job Institute”, by Mary Johnson and found at securehji.com and homejobinstitute.com/02pt, is nothing but another nasty scheme to steal as much money from unsuspecting customers desperate to start their own business. It is by now a well known scam recognizable by the gimmicks these clone sites use.
The first of several tricks is the landing page which is designed to have you give up your email address, name and phone number, all which will be used relentlessly to get you to waste your money on this cruel plot.
The premise of the con is made to look like Home Job Institute is a job offer, by stating that there are ‘positions’ in your area.
What you won’t know even if you scrutinize all the information on the site is that once you’ve paid the signup fee you give up your peace of mind by way of having Home Job Institute inundate your email with third party spam to buy more junk business opportunities.
Not to mention that the sales people will call your phone number day and night until they wear you down and spend more money on their ridiculous offers.
These offers include a ruse Home Job Institute calls business coaching, which really does nothing for you and before you know it you’ve spent thousands of dollars in hopes it will make you rich beyond your imagination, so they would have you believe.
Getting back to the usual suspect warning signs of the scam, once you opt in you’re directed to a page with a fake story by a person that doesn’t really exist, Mary Johnson.
This story is the same exact one used on all the other clone scam sites under different names like Home Job Institute, for example. All they do is change the stock photo.
The photo of this fictional character can be found on most stock photo websites. It’s like the photos that come with a picture frame you buy at a department store.
The same goes for the photos next to the phony comments shouting praises about Home Job Institute. Nothing can be counted on to be true on Home Job Institute. For one, it’s not an Institute, to begin with.
Then there are the fake income check and credit card statement, which are not real. The truth is that when you post ads through the model Home Job Institute supposedly provides called link posting, you will get a bunch of smaller checks from the many partner companies that you would be posting ad links for.
You must also be wary of names they use for their scam traps such as Search Engine Agent certification and Wealth Development Training, etc, as they are just gimmicks strategically placed on Home Job Institute to lure you in.
We’ve come to call this con the link posting scam and it’s almost impossible to make the money they claim you will earn with this sham.
It’s all a lie, and to add to the miserable truth about scams like Home Job Institute, we get letters and emails from the unfortunate folks who’ve been taken by them for thousands of dollars only to disappear when the customers want their money back.
Do yourself a favor and move along, there’s nothing to gain from Home Job Institute. Nothing at all.
Thanks for reading